An Indiana law that places special restrictions on facilities that perform medication abortions is likely unconstitutional, a judge ruled Tuesday. The law would affect one facility in the state: the Planned Parenthood clinic in Lafayette.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller insists the law is necessary for patient safety, as conservatives in the state continue their attacks on Planned Parenthood.
A bill written specifically to stop a clinic in Lafayette, Indiana, from offering terminations will now go into effect, leaving Planned Parenthood of Indiana to make some tough choices.
After incessant demonizing of Planned Parenthood during public testimony over the state’s TRAP bill, is it any wonder someone decided to attack a reproductive health center?
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is about to come to a crossroads in his political career. Will he chose to embrace his new “moderate” stance, or live up to his former social conservative past?
Democrats had a chance to voice their objections to SB 371, but in the end they had no effect on the bill that the state house just voted on.
There is only one medication only abortion provider in Indiana. The Indiana legislature is one step closer to ensuring that soon there will be none.
In fact, the FDA reported 458 deaths and 26,000 hospitalizations from taking acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol. There have been 14 deaths and 614 hospitalizations linked to RU-468.
After a short and unsurprising debate, the Indiana Senate voted 33 to 16 to pass a bill that will force all clinics that provide RU-486 for early abortions to become licensed surgical abortion facilities, regardless of whether or not they offer surgical abortions.